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[Q] How to push rom via adb

6th June 2014, 06:46 PM |#11  
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I was asking because after that it says some .dll file missing
On my pc adb sideload is working but not on my laptop because of that .dll file

It didn't pop up anything.
It showed adb device in command prompt.

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7th June 2014, 01:25 PM |#12  
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@ankitxperia I didn't understand your command adb push C:\ROM /sdcard

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7th June 2014, 02:48 PM |#13  
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@ankitxperia I didn't understand your command adb push C:\ROM /sdcard

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i wil be explaning with as much as detail as possible first boot into recovery then open cmd and navigate to adb tool and open a cmd window from there(as usual) i am using Minimal adb flashtool
Now type adb devices it should show some info like serial no etc if not then you cant proceed check your drivers etc if the problem presists then uninstall all drivers and try again if the problem still presists then install pda net this will definetly solve your problem here is the link http://www.dominantwire.com/2012/11/...l#.U5L5C3KSxA0

NOW to PUSH files from Pc to internal storage use Push command
adb push C:\ROM /sdcard

what this command will do is that my Rom files i hav stored in C:\ROM and /sdcard will move the to files to your internal sd card

here is the good tutorial regarding using push pull command http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...s-adb-t2411965



HOPE this helps btw an you Tell me how did you convert Ext4 partion to F2fs also can you give me theWhich TWRp recovery have you installed also the download link too if possible
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7th June 2014, 02:57 PM |#14  
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HOPE this helps btw an you Tell me how did you convert Ext4 partion to F2fs also can you give me theWhich TWRp recovery have you installed also the download link too if possible

Use twrp 2.7.1.0
It had option to change file system in advanced wipe section.

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Here is the link
https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&so...znYJyhLusrWjRg

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7th June 2014, 03:33 PM |#16  
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Here is the link
https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&so...znYJyhLusrWjRg

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ok just flashed the 2.7.1 TWRP also do ihave to convert /Data and all other directories to f2fs or Only /system to F2fs ???
udate i tried converting System to f2fs but it still shows pation as Ext4
7th June 2014, 03:37 PM |#17  
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ok just flashed the 2.7.1 TWRP also do ihave to convert /Data and all other directories to f2fs or Only /system to F2fs ???
udate i tried converting System to f2fs but it still shows pation as Ext4

Once you have converted system than reboot to recovery it will show f2fs. I changed everything that's why had to push rom coz it formats that partition.

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9th August 2014, 05:32 AM |#18  
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adb sideload shoud do the trick..google for the detailed steps and wait for the file to b flashed..n if it doesn't then check whether there is sideload.zip on ur sd card
20th April 2015, 05:12 AM |#19  
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i wil be explaning with as much as detail as possible first boot into recovery then open cmd and navigate to adb tool and open a cmd window from there(as usual) i am using Minimal adb flashtool
Now type adb devices it should show some info like serial no etc if not then you cant proceed check your drivers etc if the problem presists then uninstall all drivers and try again if the problem still presists then install pda net this will definetly solve your problem here is the link http://www.dominantwire.com/2012/11/...l#.U5L5C3KSxA0

NOW to PUSH files from Pc to internal storage use Push command
adb push C:\ROM /sdcard

what this command will do is that my Rom files i hav stored in C:\ROM and /sdcard will move the to files to your internal sd card

here is the good tutorial regarding using push pull command http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...s-adb-t2411965



HOPE this helps btw an you Tell me how did you convert Ext4 partion to F2fs also can you give me theWhich TWRp recovery have you installed also the download link too if possible

You, sir, saved my life! Thank you! I did the pda.net and worked...

My problem was that I did factory reset, and forgot i had no rom in sd card, neither a backup. x.x

Tried to push rom via adb push command, but 'device not found' message appeared.
Then tried to adb sideload the rom, but the same error appeared...
So i uninstalled all motorola drivers, and installed pda.net. Tried to push again the rom, but didnt worked. Sideloaded again, and did worked! I was using minimal adb tool...
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